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Guys!!
I am Going to Buy a new PSU For my Gaming PC. so Which Powersupply
will be the Best PSU For my PC??? Please i need a Good Advice..

I Will select this two powersupply..and now i need a suggesation
1st one will be the best or 2nd one????


1> CORSAIR CMPSU-750TX ATX 12v v2.2 / eps 12v v 2.91 750W
[ Orange Colourd Power Supply ]

2> CORSAIR CMPSU-750HX 750W Active PFC Power Supply.
[ Blue Coloured Power Supply ]

I Mean the PSU Logo Sticker Mentioned Blue and other one is Orange.

Which one is the Best??
 

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hx is modular=better cable management and cost more
both probably perform about the same and will handle your system just fine
I don't see why you need 750 watts though unless it's not for your sig rig
 

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HX750 is better because it modular and beter because its a better design and more efficient.
 

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The only difference between the HX and TX is the HX lets you remove the cables youre not using. The TX does not. Thats it. Theyre both made by Channel Wells Technology. One isnt better than the other, just offers potential for a cleaner case. If youve got the extra money, might as well go for that. Id rather spend the extra cash towards something else.
 

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Actually the HX750 is a better performer by far, the HX750 is based on the CWT DSG platform, which performs comparably with the SeaSonic M12D line, with a DC-DC secondary. The TX750 is a CWT PSH unit with mediocre ripple at high loads.

But Corsair is rarely the best bang for the buck. Need more info.
 

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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
Actually the HX750 is a better performer by far, the HX750 is based on the CWT DSG platform, which performs comparably with the SeaSonic M12D line, with a DC-DC secondary. The TX750 is a CWT PSH unit with mediocre ripple at high loads.

But Corsair is rarely the best bang for the buck. Need more info.
agreed and a country where the op is from
 
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